Energy Investment Banking
J.P. Morgan provides a full range of investment banking services to clients globally and is active in key sectors, including Oil & Gas, Power, Metals & Mining, Chemicals and Paper, and Packaging and Building products.
J.P. Morgan’s Oil & Gas Investment Banking group provides investment banking services to the oil and gas industry on a global basis. Our clients include many of the world’s leading players and producers. The group is headquartered in New York, with additional offices in Houston, Calgary, Toronto, Europe, Latin America and Asia Pacific.
Commitment to the Industry
- The group’s primary focus is on delivering creative solutions to clients, whether they face corporate finance challenges or seek to capitalize on investment banking opportunities. In addition to being highly skilled financial specialists, many of the group’s professionals have prior industry experience or earned professional degrees in pertinent fields of study such as geology and petroleum engineering.
- The Oil & Gas Investment Banking group covers the complete oil and gas value chain, which includes exploration and production, natural gas processing and transmission, refining and marketing, and oilfield services. The group also has a growing and developing commitment to the master limited partnership and alternative energy sectors.
J.P. Morgan’s Power Investment Banking group provides a full range of investment banking services to the power and pipeline industries on a global basis. J.P. Morgan has specialized in the power sector for more than 60 years, concentrating principally on investor-owned utilities, pipelines and independent power companies. The group is headquartered in New York, with additional offices in Chicago, Toronto, Europe, Latin America and Asia Pacific.
The Power Group is a market leader in strategic advisory, mergers and acquisitions, and equity and debt underwriting. In corporate finance, J.P. Morgan has been a long-standing lender to the industry and has played a significant role in underwriting the debt and equity offerings that have accompanied the U.S. power sector’s financial restructuring and recent growth.